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Dtc codes B 1265

AC CYCLING,NO COLD AIR

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  • David New Jun 14, 2013

    the cycling, 4 the 05 jaguar was caused by the control head, the code is false, on this car any way , thanks 4 the reply

  • David New Jun 14, 2013

    my problem with the 05 jag s type, was the control head, code B 1265 , seems to be false , on this car, maybe this will help others, thanks for ya'lls input...

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